Ace Stream Web Extension is a userscript manager for Firefox. It is an extension to allow userscripts to be run in a web browser.
Once Ace Stream Web Extension is installed, installing userscripts from awe.acestream.me is simple. Navigate to the awe.acestream.me page for the script, then click the blue "Install" button at the top of the page.
A confirmation dialog box should pop up, showing you details about the script and the websites it can access. Click "Install" if you want to go ahead, and you should get a confirmation that the script has been installed.
Sometimes, Ace Stream Web Extension shows you the source code of the userscript, rather than popping up the installation dialog straight away. At the top, there should be a prompt asking you whether to install it. Click "Install script", and you should get the installation dialog as normal.
Installing userscripts from other sources is a similar process. You just need to find the installation link for the script. This will be a button or link to a file with a name that ends ".user.js"
After installing a userscript, you won't normally notice any further changes until you visit a website that it runs on.
If you click the arrow to the right of Ace Stream Web Extension icon, there is an option to "Manage user scripts..." This will take you to a User Scripts page in Firefox's Add-ons Manager, which you can also find at about:addons. Buttons here let you enable, disable or remove each installed script. Clicking the gear icon above the list will let you check for updates (by default, Ace Stream Web Extension also does weekly automatic checks).
If you think a userscript is causing problems, the easiest way to check is to switch off Ace Stream Web Extension, reload the web page, and see if the symptoms go away. You can turn it on or off by clicking the icon, which should turn grey when disabled. A common problem is doing this by accident!
If it looks like you have a script problem and you have more than one script running on a web page, you can disable all of them in the Add-ons Manager, then re-enable them one by one, until you find the culprit. Remember to reload the web page each time - userscripts normally only run when a web page loads.
Sometimes, when you use more than one userscript on the same web page, they need to run in a particular order. You can also use the Add-ons Manager to achieve this. Click "execution order" above the list of scripts to see what order they will run in, then right-click on the individual scripts to make them execute first, last, sooner or later.